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Regular news: Issue 499 24 Jul 2008

Welsh councils to get new walking and cycling duty

Welsh local authorities could be given a new duty to develop a network of walking and cycling routes after Assembly members backed the idea.

The National Assembly for Wales' Enterprise and Learning Committee has agreed to progress the 'Legislative Competence Order' of Sustrans Cymru.

"The measure would require the Assembly Government to mirror its duty to develop trunk roads by placing on it a duty to develop walking and cycling paths," explained Lee Waters, director of Sustrans...

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